|Authors:||Aslak Fyhri, Fridulv Sagberg, Torkel Bjørnskau, Petr Pokorny|
|ISBN (digital version):||978-82-480-2312-8|
|Attachments||Summary - in Norwegian only
Full report - in Norwegian only
As part of the Norwegian Public Roads Administration's project "Cycle Pilot studies", TØI has evaluated the measure «one-way regulated cycle path». The measure includes a repealed cycle path for cyclists as well as signs that regulate the direction of travel and the obligation to give way. The evaluation was carried out in Åkebergveien in Oslo. A pre-, intermittent and post-survey with video recordings and interviews with cyclists, pedestrians and motorists, showed clear improvement for all road users. The first phase of establishing a bicycle lane up Åkebergveien led to the cyclists getting a significant improvement, while the picture was a bit more mixed for motorists and pedestrians. The next phase, with the establishment of a one-way regulated cycle path, was an improvement for all road users.